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Mechanic/Construction Plant Fitter/Welder

Enviro Grind LtdPettigo, DonegalFull-timePermanent

Due to current expansion, a position has become available for a Mechanic/ Construction Plant Fitter/Welder to join our team. Enviro Grind Ltd is an Environmental Reprocessing company based in Pettigo, Co Donegal. At the forefront of our industry, we deal with a variety of organic waste streams turning them into valuable commodities. We operate a range of modern equipment such as HGVs, 360 excavators, Mobile shredders, Mobile screeners & Loading shovels. Pay is negotiable based on experience and can be paid in either Euro/Stg. This position will suit an enthusiastic person with an ability to use their own initiative. Duties Include:

21 days ago

Restaurant Supervisors

Farnham Estate Spa & Golf Resort CavanFull-timePermanent

The Farnham Estate 4* Spa and Golf Resort is a 158-bedroom luxury hotel and golf resort based in Cavan. It has significant occupancy throughout the year, a reputation for excellent guest service and is an exceptional relaxing, comfortable destination venue. The Role: The Restaurant Supervisor is responsible for providing the highest quality dining experience for guests of the Farnham Estate in terms of restaurant service, quality and standards. The Supervisor is responsible for supporting the Restaurant Manager with maximizing guest satisfaction by ensuring guest bookings are confirmed, gives work direction to wait staff and takes opportunities to up sell. This is a management role that requires people management skills, experience of driving food service, guest satisfaction and motivation of waiting staff in order to achieve the goals of the restaurant. The Ideal Candidate will: To Apply: Please attach your current CV and cover note to the provided link. Closing date the 12th of July 2019.

4 days ago

Mechanic /Plant Fitter

Boles Hire LimitedMeathFull-timePermanent

Due to increased expansion Boles Hire Limited are seeking an experienced  Mechanic /Plant Fitter to join our team. Duties will include attending breakdowns on site, and servicing machines on site and in the workshop. The candidate must be able to work on their own initiative, is excellent at coordinating their schedule and have strong communication skills. Duties and Responsibilities of the Mechanic/Plant Fitter Benefits Full time permanent position for the right candidate Competitive salary Job Types: Full-time, Permanent Experience: Fitting: 5 years (Preferred) Licence: Full clean driving licence

8 days ago

Senior International Officer

Dublin City UniversityDublinPermanent

Senior International Officer International Office Permanent Contract (Grade V) The University Dublin City University is a university of transformation and enterprise, and is widely recognised as a dynamic and innovative institution that is distinguished both by the quality and impact of its graduates and by its focus on the translation of knowledge into societal and economic benefit. Having grown its student population by more than 50% in the past five years, DCU is Ireland’s fastest growing university and today hosts more than 17,000 students across its three academic campuses (DCU Glasnevin Campus; DCU St. Patrick’s Campus; DCU All Hallows Campus). With five campuses in total (three focussed on Academic matters, one on Innovation, and one on Sports) in close proximity, DCU now has a substantial footprint in the Glasnevin-Drumcondra region of North Dublin. The University is committed to internationalisation and to the development of international strategic alliances. The International Office, under the leadership of the Office of External Affairs, is responsible for developing and delivering the University’s commitment to internationalisation. The International Office is involved with many activities that result in the recruitment of international students and the coordination of students for participation in exchange programmes worldwide. Amongst its many activities, the Office is responsible for the promotion of DCU at international events and the support of international students – both at the pre-arrival stage and upon arrival at DCU – and acts as a ‘one-stop-shop’ for queries of various natures. Function This postholder will be responsible for developing and delivering international student recruitment within the context of the wider International Office team, working with teams in Faculties and in Professional Services ensuring outcomes are aligned to the University’s strategic aims. The postholder will role model leadership and lead a cohesive and influential international recruitment function. He/she will understand the imperative to meet the University’s stretching student recruitment targets in line with the University’s growth trajectories. They will identify business risks and opportunities, and provide flexible, innovative solutions that will deliver on targets. He/she will continually evaluate their own impact, and the overall function, in order to improve as a professional and drive sustainable performance. The role will, in the first instance, focus on coordinating student recruitment in some of the University’s priority markets and assist in developing new markets as identified in the University’s strategy. This focus may change over time with the development and expansion of the Office. The successful candidates will be expected to represent DCU at events abroad and spend time travelling overseas. They will work under the direction of the International Office Director and as part of a dedicated team. Relationships The Senior International Officer will report to the Global Recruitment Manager and will liaise closely with the Director of the International Office, International Office staff, colleagues within offices of the Office of the Vice President for External Affairs, and the wider University community (Faculty Offices, Registry, etc.). Main Duties and Responsibilities 1. Work across the University to deliver an international recruitment function supportive of meeting stretching recruitment targets using data analysis and market intelligence to create persuasive arguments. Contribute to the production of market plans, regional updates and other market/country specific briefing papers. 2. Responsible for working collaboratively with colleagues across the University to ensure internal and external recruitment needs are being met, develop shared insights, priorities and activities as part of the organisational plan and strategy. 3. Support applicants, and their advisors, through the admissions and assessment process. 4. Provide regular performance related data analysis reports demonstrating in depth knowledge of the recruitment environment for any allocated region, modelling an appropriate strategy for the University, working to a budget, deploying innovative tactics to drive up recruitment. 5. Capture recruitment intelligence through horizon scanning, competitor analysis and other methods to support the strategic business information to academic units, using technical tools, i.e. CRM, with a view to advising on recruitment requirements and opportunities abroad. 6. Responsible for external international stakeholder engagement in the region – agents, ministries, sponsors, schools, universities, Education Ireland, and other professional bodies - measuring the effectiveness of activities in terms of return on investment, improvements to profile raise, and enrolments. 7. Represent the University at international recruitment events and meetings. Coordinate internal visits by international partners. 8. Work closely with in-country representatives to ensure they are targeting their activities appropriately. Provide regular communications and carry out planned visits with existing and prospective international agents overseas to build strong and productive relationships in the recruitment of international students. 9. Working with colleagues across the University to identify, develop and/or maintain various marketing communications activities to widen the reach, create engagement and raise the profile of the University in designated countries. This may include the management of country-specific social media profiles, publications and tailored communications to enquirers and applicants. Advise of trends within social media, websites and online marketing channels for an international audience. 10. Support high professional standards across the University within the recruitment environment drawing on external professional service standards, providing leadership and training to develop staff. 11. Contribute to the development of operational policy and service as appropriate, aligned with the strategic aims and objectives of the department. The International Office is constantly improving and all IO professionals are expected to engage in alternative roles in other areas of the IO or the wider University, for personal and professional growth or where it may be operationally required. The role requires flexibility, initiative, resilience, the ability to work out of hours and overseas regularly. Requirements: 1. Candidates must hold a primary degree and have a minimum of three years’ experience working in a relevant area (i.e. recruitment, sales, marketing, higher education). 2. Knowledge of the Irish higher education sector, including recruitment processes and infrastructure, and the experience of international student recruitment or marketing would be advantageous. 3. Demonstrate significant experience of operating nationally and internationally with a strong cultural awareness. 4. Evidence of involvement in successful business development and implementation of a strategy that has delivered on or exceeded measurable targets. 5. Demonstrable experience in pipeline management (preferably related to the student journey) and understanding of education recruitment markets and demands. 6. Evidence of an outward looking and future focussed approach, horizon scanning and using professional networks to identify trends and innovative approaches that will inform the recruitment and conversion strategy. 7. Effective communication skills including negotiation, persuasion and influencing colleagues and stakeholders 8. Good understanding of marketing and recruitment techniques primarily digital and social media and networking sites for promotional campaigns. 9. Evidence of providing high quality customer care focusing on the delivery of a personalised and positive experience. Exceptional client relationship management and customer services skills and the ability to work across complex boundaries and locations. 10. Evidence of working collaboratively with colleagues and senior leaders, where shared insights, priorities and activities have been developed as part of the plan and strategy. For further information on general aspects of this position or Informal enquiries, please contact: Mr. Paul Smith, Director of International Office, email: paul.smith@dcu.ie Salary Scale: €47,386 - €57,099 Closing Date : 1st July 2019 Application Procedure Application forms are available from the DCU Current Vacancies website at http://www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml and also from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel:+353 (0) 1 7005149. Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref #BC1009 Senior International Officer, International Office Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: +353 (0)1 7005500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Dublin City University is an equal opportunities employer

2 hours ago

Administrator I

Dublin City UniversityDublinPermanentGraduate

Graduate Studies Office Administrator I (Grade VI) Permanent Overview Led by the Dean of Graduate Studies, the DCU Graduate Studies Office directs development of all aspects of graduate education in the University. Graduate studies are central to our teaching, learning and research mission. The University hosts approximately 800 research students and over 2,700 taught postgraduate students. Our external engagements with enterprise and wider academia are manifest through activities at graduate level nationally and internationally. Our research profile is significantly contributed to by the work of research students, and our national and international standing is influenced by the perception of our taught postgraduate offerings and experience. Internationalisation of DCU is most advanced at graduate level; this is seen through recruitment of graduate students, pan-European graduate training programmes and international scholarship programmes. The responsibilities of the Graduate Studies Office include coordinating and facilitating research student support and development, working with Schools and Faculties to develop the University’s policies in relation to best practice in research degrees and in research supervision, coordinating processes and supports relevant to graduate students, representing graduate student interests in decision-making internally and on appropriate external bodies, representing DCU at appropriate national and international fora, implementing inter-institutional initiatives relating to graduate education, administering scholarships and payments for research students and providing orientation, advice and training opportunities for students and staff. Relationships The successful candidate will be responsible for and will liaise with the Dean of Graduate Studies regarding the general management of the Graduate Studies Office and the functions attaching thereto. S/he will also work closely with both external and internal stakeholders. Examples of external interactions which may expand in keeping with University and/or Graduate Studies strategic objectives include: Linked Providers, Joint Collaborative Institutions, Quality in Postgraduate Research coordinators, European University Association- Council for Doctoral Education members, Irish University Association Deans of Graduate Schools members. Internally the successful candidate will work closely with units and members of staff of the University, such as: Academic Affairs, Graduate Research Studies Board members, Associate Deans for Research, research related Faculty administrative staff, School research management teams and research convenors, Heads of School, and members of academic staff, as well as colleagues in the Registry, Student Support and Development, ISS, Quality Promotion and Institutional Research Office, Chief Operations Office, President’s Office, International Office, Library, and other units on a regular basis. S/he will also work closely with postgraduate researchers either individually or through various groups/forums such as Faculty/University graduate student representatives and societies. Function This post is both managerial and administrative in nature and the post-holder will be expected to make a significant contribution to the attainment of the Graduate Studies strategic objectives. S/he will directly manage staff in the Graduate Studies Office and will assist the Dean of Graduate Studies with a wide range of operational duties.The candidate will be responsible for providing a highly professional, specialised support function for the Graduate Studies Office, the Dean and others involved in graduate research across the five Faculties of the University. Duties and Responsibilities Reporting to the Dean of Graduate Studies, this is an important senior role within the Graduate Studies administration team, where the post-holder will be expected to provide leadership in responding to institutional, sectoral, national and international developments and emerging market opportunities. As such, the range of duties and responsibilities of the post-holder will be subject to change. Many issues will require consultation with the Dean, but will also draw on the administrator’s specialist knowledge. Activities will be planned and executed autonomously to a large extent, requiring contact with colleagues at senior academic and administrative grades. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Supporting the decision-making remit of the Dean and the Graduate Research Studies Board by:  Monitoring and reporting on national and international policy and research developments relating to doctoral education to ensure DCU strategy, planning, and practice are well informed by this contextual knowledge, and that DCU is well placed to grow its institutional profile in the area of graduate research.  Researching and drafting new or changed policy, regulations and processes pertaining to graduate research in consultation with the Dean, Faculties, Registry, and other units.  Drafting and managing collaborative agreements, in consultation with relevant units/institutions. Providing operational support to the Dean through:  Leading and managing the Graduate Studies administrative team to ensure delivery of core operational objectives  Ensuring the continuous professional development of team members  Managing and reviewing the efficacy of administrative systems, contributing to the development and enhancement of IT systems and related processes  Preparing and delivering reports and providing statistical information and related analysis  Maintaining the unit’s risk register.  Contributing to the development of the unit’s strategy,  Assuming responsibility for unit quality assurance and GDPR related issues  Assuming responsibility for doctoral programme management and support including awards, graduate training elements and pathway structures  Ensuring effective liaison between Graduate Studies and Faculties, Schools, units and committees  Representing the Graduate Studies Office on University committees and working groups and at external events both nationally and internationally.  Engaging in Graduate Studies promotional activities  Any other duties which may be assigned from time to time by the Dean of Graduate Studies Giving specialist, university-wide support by:  Supporting research students, supervisors, research convenors, Heads of Schools, Associate Deans for Research and administrative staff across all campuses by providing specialist advice on issues, including those pertaining to complex contexts which can arise in graduate research activities. Delivering on specialist projects by:  Planning and implementation of initiatives relevant to graduate research such as those supporting supervising capacity development, quality in professional practice, marketing and recruitment, systems and process developments etc. These initiatives will often address complex challenges. Experience and Skills Required Applicants must hold a minimum of a primary degree, and possess at least five years relevant experience, preferably within the Higher Education sector. Ideally the candidate should have a proven track record of success in managing, or assisting in managing, complex operations, including staff management duties. They should have excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills and the ability and confidence to make decisions on a wide range of administration and academic-related matters. The ability to work on one’s own initiative and manage a broad remit is essential, along with the ability to meet deadlines, prioritise and multi-task. In addition, the following skills and experience would be advantageous:  Line Management Experience  Experience and expertise specific to Graduate Research  Experience of project management  Data management, reporting and analysis skills. Salary scale: *€51,992 – €73,828 per Annum made on the appropriate point of the Administrator 1-Grade VI salary scale, in line with current Government pay policy. Details of the pay that applies to internal candidates upon promotion can be viewed at http://www.dcu.ie/sites/default/files/hr/pdfs/Pay-Upon-Promotion-Internal-Staff.pdf Closing Date: 25th July 2019 Informal Enquiries: Dr Joseph Stokes, Dean of Graduate Studies Email: joseph.t.stokes@dcu.ie or Tel.+353 (0)1 700 8720 Application Procedure: Application forms are available from: https://www.dcu.ie//hr/vacancies/internal.shtml and from the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Tel: +353 1 700 5149; Email: hr.applications@dcu.ie Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by Fax: Fax: +353 1 700 5500 or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref #BC0407 Administrator I- Graduate Studies Office

2 hours ago

Machinery Yard Workshop Craftsman (Vehicle Mechanic)

Wexford County CouncilWexford€632.45 - €740.04 per weekFull-timePermanent

MACHINERY YARD WORKSHOP CRAFTSMAN (VEHICLE MECHANIC) QUALIFICATIONS OF EMPLOYMENT 1. CHARACTER Each applicant must be of good character. 2. AGE Each applicant must not be more than 65 years on the closing date for receipt of application forms. 3. HEALTH Each applicant shall be in state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. For the purpose of satisfying the requirements as to health, it will be necessary for each successful candidate before he/she is appointed to undergo a medical examination by a qualified medical practitioner to be nominated by the County Council. On taking up employment, the expense of the medical examination will be refunded to the applicant. Before appointment, the person selected must satisfy the Chief Executive with regard to character, age and health. 4. EDUCATION, TRAINING,EXPERIENCE Candidates must, on the closing date for receipt of application forms:- (i) Hold a National Craft Certificate in Motor Mechanics or equivalent. (Please submit a copy of your certificate with your application form) (ii) Have a minimum of 3 years recent Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) experience in a busy modern workshop. (iii) Hold a current clean full (Class B) driving licence, details of which must be entered on the application form. (iv) Hold a current Safe Pass Registration Card at the time of commencement of employment. MACHINERY YARD WORKSHOP CRAFTSMAN (VEHICLE MECHANIC) PARTICULARS OF EMPLOYMENT 1. The post is wholetime, permanent and pensionable. Persons who become pensionable employees of a local authority who are liable to pay the Class A rate of PRSI contribution will be required in respect of their superannuation to contribute to the Local Authority at the rate of 1.5% of their pensionable remuneration plus 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration (i.e. pensionable remuneration less twice the annual rate of social insurance old age contributory pension payable at the maximum rate to a person with no adult dependant or qualified children). A person who become a pensionable employee of a local authority who is liable to pay the Class D rate of PRSI contribution will be required in respect of his/her superannuation to contribute to the local authority at the rate of 5% of pensionable remuneration. All persons who become pensionable employees of a Local Authority will be required in respect of the Local Government (Spouses and Childrens Contributory Pension) Scheme to contribute to the Local Authority at the rate of 1.5% of their net pensionable remuneration (i.e. pensionable remuneration less twice the annual rate of social insurance old age contributory pension payable at the maximum rate to a person with no adult dependant or qualified children) in accordance with the terms of the Scheme. For new entrants under the Single Public Service Pension Scheme effective from 01/01/2013, superannuation contributions are as follows: 3.5% of net pensionable remuneration and 3% of pensionable remuneration. 2. PROBATION The following provisions shall apply to this employment: a) There shall be a period after such employment takes effect during which such person shall hold employment on probation; b) Such period shall be one year but the Chief Executive may at his discretion extend such period; c) Such person shall cease to hold such employment at the end of the period of probation unless during such period the Chief Executive has certified that the service of such person is satisfactory. 3. WEEKLY REMUNERATION €632.45 - €652.46 - €700.55 - €705.52 - €710.43 - €715.37 - €720.31 - €725.25 - €730.19 - €735.19 - €740.04. Starting pay for new entrants will be at the minimum of the scale. The rate of remuneration may be adjusted from time to time in line with Government pay policy. A person who becomes a pensionable employee of a local authority will be required in respect of his/her superannuation to contribute to the local authority in accordance with the provisions of the Superannuation Scheme. 4. Working hours will be based on a 39 hour, 5 day week basis with overtime, as required by the workload, in accordance with the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997. The Council reserves the right to amend the days/hours of work having due regard to the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997. 5. The person appointed will be entitled to paid sick leave, in accordance with the Council’s policy on Sick leave for Employees. 6. Annual Leave will be 25 days per annum, which will be taken in accordance with the Council’s Annual leave schedule for Employees. 7. The employment will be subject to the provisions of such regulations as may be made from time to time by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government. 8. This employment will be subject to part III of the Local Government (Superannuation) (Consolidation) Scheme 1998 and the Minimum Notice and Terms of Employment Act, 1973 – 1991. 9. The person employed shall work under the general direction of the Director of Service or any employee designated by the Director of Services. 10. The person appointed will use new technology, as required. 11. The person appointed shall undergo such training as may be decided by Wexford County Council from time to time. 13. The purpose of the post is to give to: (a) the local authority, and (b) such other local authorities or bodies for which the Chief Executive, for the purposes of the City and County Management Acts/Local Government Reform Act 2014, is Chief Executive, and (c) any other local authority or body with which an agreement has been made by the local authority or by any of the authorities or bodies mentioned in sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph under the direction and supervision of the appropriate Director Of Services or any other officer designated by him/her, such services as may be required by any local authority or body herein before mentioned in the exercise and performance of any of its powers, functions and duties, including the duties of Machinery Yard Workshop Craftsman. DUTIES OF EMPLOYMENT The Machinery Yard Workshop Craftsman shall arrange, under the direction of the appropriate Director of Services or his/her appointed representative, the efficient execution of all works in his/her area of charge and discharge all other duties related to his/her work including, but not limited to, those set out hereunder: 1. The person employed will be required to carry out all the duties allotted to him/her by the Fleet Manager, Machinery Yard Workshop Foreman and other supervisory staff relative to the repair and maintenance of the plant, machinery, vehicle fleet, equipment and premises. 2. To assess items of plant for repair and decide in consultation with the Machinery Yard Workshop Foreman the course of repair. 3. To follow industry best practice methods when carrying out repairs. 4. To maintain accurate and complete records of all tasks carried out in hard copy and/or electronic format. 5. To ensure that the Machinery Depot plant, equipment and premises are always left in a safe, secure and orderly state. 6. To ensure that all workshop equipment and tools are kept in a clean, tidy and serviceable condition. 7. To ensure that all consumables, materials and equipment are purchased in accordance with Wexford County Council’s Procurement Policy. 8. To report to the Machinery Yard Workshop Foreman all accidents and incidents as soon as practicable. 9. To report immediately to the Machinery Yard Workshop Foreman the circumstances of any inefficiency or unsatisfactory work or service in his/her charge and to carry out the direction consequent on such reports. 10. To ensure that safe work practices are followed and that required personal protective equipment is worn. 11. To co-operate and contribute to operational reviews. 12. To co-operate and contribute to value for money initiatives. 13. To participate fully in any initiative aimed to increase customer satisfaction and quality of service to the community. 14. To be available, during emergencies, to respond to requests for assistance outside of normal working hours. 15. To assist and liaise with other County Council Departments on works and emergencies. 16. To deal with members of the public and suppliers in a courteous prompt and efficient manner. 17. To use as directed and upon receipt of appropriate training any modern telecommunication equipment and any information technology equipment including digital cameras, personal computers and hand held technologies. 18. To accept the introduction of all new plant, equipment and machinery and to be flexible in the use of same. 19. To co-operate with and participate in new work systems including the keeping and updating of all records in book and/or electronic format. 20. To participate in training provided by Wexford County Council. 21. To carry out any other instructions which may be given from time to time by the Machinery Yard Workshop Foreman or his/her appointed representative. 22. The person employed will be required to supply and maintain his/her own set of maintenance tools. 14. RECRUITMENT (i) Selection shall be by means of a competition based on an interview conducted by or on behalf of the local authority, (ii) A local authority may decide, by reason of the number of persons seeking admission to a competition, to carry out a short listing procedure. The number of persons to be invited to interview shall be determined by the local authority from time to time having regard to the likely number of vacancies to be filled. (iii) A Panel may be formed on the basis of the interviews. Candidates whose names are on a panel and who satisfy the local authority that they possess the qualifications declared for the post and that they are otherwise suitable for appointment may within the life of the panel be appointed as appropriate vacancies arise. The life of the panel, unless extended by Executive Order, will not exceed 12 months (iv) The County Council will not be responsible for any expenses a candidate may incur in attending for interview. 15. Holders of the post may be assigned to work in all appropriate areas in the course of their employment. 16. RETIREMENT/SUPERANNUATION Single Public Service Pension Scheme The new Single Public Service Pension Scheme (“Single Scheme”) commenced with effect from 1 January 2013. All new entrants to pensionable public service employment on or after 1 January 2013 are, in general, members of the Single Scheme. Pension Age : Minimum pension age of 66 years (rising to 67 and 68 in line with State Pension age changes). Scheme Members must retire at the age of 70 years. New entrants to the public service appointed on or after 1st April, 2004. Retirement Age will be determined by the terms of the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2004. The Act introduces new retirement provisions for new entrants to the public service appointed on or after 1st April, 2004. For new entrants there is no compulsory retirement age and 65 is the earliest age at which retirement benefits can be paid. In all other cases, 60 years is the minimum retirement age, with 70 years being the maximum retirement age. 17. RESIDENCE The holder of the post shall reside in the district in which his/her duties are to be performed or within a reasonable distance thereof. 18. PERIOD OF ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER The local authority shall require a person to whom an appointment is offered, to take up such appointment within a period of not more than one month, and if he or she fails to take up the appointment within such period, or such longer period as the local authority in its absolute discretion may determine, the local authority shall not appoint the person. WEXFORD COUNTY COUNCIL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER

1 day ago

Recruitment & Hr Manager

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)LondonFull-timePart-time

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is recruiting a Recruitment & HR Manager (Field Ireland) Hours: 40 hours per week Reports to: Director, MSF Ireland Responsible for: Recruitment and HR administrator and HR volunteer Works closely with: Functional member of the MSF-UK HR team, work under the guidance of the Field HR Manager in MSF UK Location: Dublin Duration: Permanent Salary Grade: Grade 4 Step 1 Salary: € 49,046.68 Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) provides life-saving emergency relief and longer-term medical care to some of the most vulnerable and excluded communities around the world. As an independent medical humanitarian organization, we deliver care based only on need, regardless of ethnic origin, gender, religion or political affiliation. MSF relies on donations from private individuals and organizations for the majority of its income. This private funding gives MSF the freedom to respond where the need is greatest and speaking out publicly when we witness acts of violence and unacceptable suffering, free from any political interference. MSF has around 40,000 local and international staff working in over 70 countries, in some of the most challenging places in the world. Our medical humanitarian projects are supported by teams in 32 countries, including the UK and Ireland, spread across Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Australasia. At MSF UK/IE, we support our projects by building relationships with our supporters, increasing awareness of our work, raising funds, providing specialist medical expertise, catalyzing change on medical humanitarian issues, and recruiting staff for field operations. MSF UK/IE personnel are dynamic, hard-working, enthusiastic and committed to MSF’s values and aims. MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES (MSF) IRELAND The Irish office works in a highly integrated manner with MSF UK, and is focused on the core activities of fundraising, recruitment, representation and awareness-raising of our mission among the Irish public. Twelve years after its opening, the Dublin office is staffed with 10 full-time and 3 part-time employees plus 2 interns, involved in general management, communications, advocacy, fundraising and recruitment. In addition, we have several office volunteers who assist on a regular basis with fundraising, administration and recruitment. MSF Ireland aims to recruit quality field staff from specialized professions to meet operational needs within the MSF movement. For the past years, MSF Ireland has been providing support to MSF UK in the recruitment and retention of Irish field staff. The priority for this role will be development and implementation of a recruitment strategy that capitalizes on skills and experience in Ireland to meet operational needs. This will be done alongside targeted active recruitment in the Irish market and the management of relevant recruitment and HR administration. HR DEPARTMENT The role works closely with HR Department MSF UK and is actively involved in the international MSF HRM forum to promote best practice in the management and support of field staff in general and to provide equal opportunities for Irish field workers. This is a pivotal role in building up and maintaining relationships with Irish medical and other professional communities and networking with medical institutions and other professional bodies in Ireland. The post holder will be mainly responsible for field HR and some HR practical administrative support to the HR (Office) Unit in MSF UK, which is responsible for the development and delivery of people management strategies that support MSF UK/Ireland overall strategic aims and objectives in relation to the office staff. In addition, the department is part of a larger ‘virtual HR department’ for Operational Centre Amsterdam (OCA) which comprises MSF UK/Ireland, MSF Germany, MSF India and MSF Holland. Together the department works in partnership on all aspects of field related HRM. JOB PURPOSE The primary objective of this role is to develop and implement an active recruitment strategy for Irish field staff in line with MSF UK/IE’s overall HR strategy and the MSF OCA Strategic plan 2020-23. The post holder will be responsible for attracting, selecting, developing and retaining high-quality medical and non-medical field staff for MSF operations and develop, implement and monitor, and if necessary adjust, the outcomes of the Irish recruitment strategy. MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Decisions Candidates must hold an appropriate passport or permit to work in Ireland. MSF UK/IE is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to diversity and creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage applications from all sections of our diverse community. CURRENT BENEFITS AT MSF UK AND IRELAND : Salaries MSF UK & Ireland pays the salaries into the bank account on the 30th of each month. Flexitime Scheme MSF UK & Ireland operates flexi time. The daily requirement for full time staff is to work 8 hours plus half an hour for lunch with core hours between 9.30am-5.00pm and flexi time periods between 8.30am – 9.30am and 5.00pm-6.00pm. Annual Leave The MSF UK & Ireland holiday (annual leave) year runs from 1st January to 31st December. Annual entitlement for full-time staff is 28 days per year in addition to Irish bank holidays (pro rata for part-time). Sick Leave On completion of the probationary period, employees of MSF UK & Ireland receive additional benefits though our Group Income Protection Scheme and Group Life Scheme. Pension Plan After three months’ continuous employment, you will be enrolled into MSF UK/IE’s Group Personal Pension Scheme. MSF UK/IE will make an employer contribution equivalent to 10% of your gross salary; you will also be able to make additional employee contributions. Development Opportunities MSF UK & Ireland has an annual performance review process in place during which individual development needs are discussed and training needs identified.

3 days ago

Social Workers Open Day

TuslaDublinFull-timePermanent

Tusla to host first ever open day to recruit social workers on 14th June 2019 - Dublin Starting salaries of over €40,000 on offer to professionally qualified social workers Tusla-Child and Family Agency is to host its first ever national recruitment open day, to hire additional social work staff, on Friday, June 14th. The organisation currently has opportunities for graduate and experienced social workers, and the open day initiative is being undertaken to increase the number of social workers at the agency. Linda Creamer, Tusla Service Director, said: “The current recruitment market for social workers is very competitive. Tusla require extra social workers to help children and families in need all over Ireland. We aim to be the employer of choice for social workers, and offer very attractive packages for professionally qualified social workers who are employed by us. This includes a salary scale package of €40,619-€59,053, 29 days paid holidays annually, and permanent contracts of employment in a family-friendly environment. “Currently, in Ireland, 215 social workers are trained through the four universities of UCD, Trinity College Dublin, UCC and NUI Galway. In 2018, Tusla recruited 140 new social workers which is 65pc of this graduate cohort, and recruited in excess of 200 social work promotional posts. We compete with the HSE, as well as the voluntary and private sectors, for social workers.  Ms Creamer continued: “The number of referrals to Tusla has increased by 31pc since 2014 from 43,630 to 57,000 in 2018. Latest figures(April 2019) show that the Tusla social work grade headcount is 1,642, and in addition, there are 181 agency social work grades working with Tusla. Tusla needs to recruit 130 additional Social Workers each year in order to maintain current levels due to retirements and those moving to other employment elsewhere. “Our open day provides us with an opportunity to boost the numbers of professionally qualified social worker staff at Tusla, and for prospective candidates to see the wide range of benefits on offer to those who join our team.” In Tusla, the majority of social workers are employed in child protection and welfare roles in addition to children-in-care cases. Tusla’s social worker recruitment open day takes place in Tusla’s head office in Dublin, which is located off St John’s Road west in Kilmainham. Interested participants can register for the event below. Date And Time Fri, 14 June 2019 10:00 – 14:00 Location Tusla Head Office Brunel Building Heuston South Quarter D08 X01F Saint John's Road West Please come along to our Tusla head office to learn first -hand about the practice within Tusla from experienced frontline staff. You will have the opportunity to talk to our staff and to understand the variety of opportunities on offer within Tusla. We would really value your views and input in shaping your future employment with us and hope this Open Day will help you consider Tusla as an employer of choice.

7 days ago

Staff Officer

HSEDublin€42,037 - €50,491 per yearPermanentFull-time

Please send CVs directly to: E-mail: recruitment@rcsihospitals.ie Job Specification    Job Title and Grade  Staff Officer Grade V (Permanent)   A panel may be created for similar Grade V posts from which permanent and specified purpose vacancies of full or part time duration may be filled.     Location of Post   RCSI Hospital’s Group HQ, 111 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2   Competition Reference   RCSIHG30052019   Reporting Relationship   Report to Senior Executive Officer / Deputy Senior Office Administrator   Organisational Area     RCSI Hospital Group   Purpose of the Post  This position occupies a pivotal role within the administrative team. The Staff Officer Grade V will assist with the management and administration of the day-to-day operations of the functions and duties of the department. The Staff Officer Grade V will be required to carry out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: management and administration / departmental team development, communications, finance and budgeting, HR, systems maintenance, information management including the provision of reports.     Principal Duties and Responsibilities   Management & Administrative  Provide corporate and executive support to the Executive Management Team with the administration of the day to day operations and duties.   Assist in the co-ordination and assignment of work and deadlines.   The capacity to deal with confidential or sensitive information in a calm and professional manner is also a key requirement.   Give secretarial support including preparation and management of relevant documentation, data and correspondence   Provide support to the wider RCSI team   Contribute to the development of policies and procedures, guidelines and practices to perform the role effectively and to ensure standards are met by own team   The role of the Staff Officer, Grade V can be divided into the following areas of responsibility:   Finance/Budgeting/ HR:   Other relevant duties may be assigned by management from time-to-time. As this is a developing role within the RCSI Hospital Group, it is envisaged that the duties and responsibilities may be revised.   Eligibility Criteria Qualifications and/ or Experience Candidates must meet the following criteria on the closing date:   Essential: ·       Professional Qualifications, Experience, etc ·       (a)Eligible applicants will be those who on the closing date for the competition: ·       (i)Have satisfactory experience as a Clerical Officer in the HSE, TUSLA, other statutory health agencies, or a body which provides services on behalf of the HSE under Section 38 of the Health Act 2004. ·       Or(ii)Have obtained a pass (Grade D) in at least five subjects from the approved list of subjects in the Department of Education Leaving Certificate Examination, including Mathematics and English or Irish1. Candidates should have obtained at least Grade C on higher level papers in three subjects in that examination. ·       Or(iii)Have completed a relevant examination at a comparable standard in any equivalent examinationin another jurisdiction ·       Or(iv)Hold a comparable and relevant third level qualification of at least level 6 on the National Qualifications Framework maintained by Qualifications and Quality Ireland, (QQI).Note1: Candidates must achieve a pass in Ordinary or Higher level papers. A pass in a foundation level paper is not acceptable. Candidates must have achieved these grades on the Leaving Certificate Established programme or the Leaving Certificate Vocational programme. The Leaving Certification Applied Programme does not fulfil the eligibility criteria. ·       and(b)Candidates must possess the requisite knowledge and ability, including a high standard of suitability, for the proper discharge of the office. ·       2.Age Age restriction shall only apply to a candidate where s/he is not classified as a new entrant (within the meaning of the Public Service Superannuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2004). A candidate who is not classified as a new entrant must be under 65 years of age on the first day of the month in which the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the office occurs. ·       3.Health Candidates for and any person holding the office must be fully competent and capable of undertaking the duties attached to the office and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service. ·       4.Character Candidates for and any person holding the office must be of good character   Essential experience and Knowledge ·       Good knowledge of the hospital settings and the environment which services are delivered within ·       Experience of working in a busy pressurised environment ·       Strong attention to detail/ continuous improvement mind set ·       Excellent interpersonal skills ·       High level verbal and written communication skills ·       Excellent work organisation and prioritisation ability ·       Strong Planning & Project Management skills.   Essential Skills or Competencies   Professional Knowledge ·       Experience of working with multidisciplinary teams at clinical, support and administrative level ·       Demonstrate excellent IT and data management skills ·       Demonstrate an understanding of quality standards and a capacity to improve efficiency within working environment ·       Demonstrate capacity for management responsibility and demonstration of initiative, including decision making ·       Demonstrate flexibility of approach and the ability to evolve and adapt in a rapidly changing environment   Planning & Organising Resources ·       Demonstrate ability to monitor, control and report on the use of resources within the office environment ·       Ability to look ahead and forward plan for service developments and ensure that the learning from practice influences service planning ·       Capacity to design and implement structured systems for the management of service delivery in consultation with key stakeholders ·       Accountability for service levels, quality and performance   Communication & interpersonal skills ·       The ability to get a message across fluently and persuasively in a variety of media. ·       Develop a shared sense of commitment in the provision of services ·       Shows a strong degree of self-sufficiency and self-monitoring, taking responsibility for own workload ·       Supports the wider team and demonstrates a high degree of collegiality Competition Specific Selection process Short listing may be carried out on the basis of information supplied in your CV. The criteria for short listing are based on the requirements of the post as outlined in the eligibility criteria and essential skills section of this job specification. Therefore it is very important that you think about your experience in light of those requirements. Failure to include information regarding these requirements may result in you not being called forward to the next stage of the selection process. Code of Practice The Health Service Executive will run this campaign in compliance with the Code of Practice prepared by the Commission for Public Service Appointments (CPSA). The Code of Practice sets out how the core principles of probity, merit, equity and fairness might be applied on a principle basis. The Codes also specifies the responsibilities placed on candidates, feedback facilities for applicants on matters relating to their application when requested, and outlines procedures in relation to requests for a review of the recruitment and selection process and review in relation to allegations of a breach of the Code of Practice. Additional information on the HSE’s review process is available in the document posted with each vacancy entitled “Code of Practice, Information For Candidates”.   Codes of practice are published by the CPSA and are available on www.hse.ie in the document posted with each vacancy entitled “Code of Practice, information for candidates or on www.cpsa.ie The ongoing reform programme within the RCSI Hospital’s Group, as outlined by the Health Services Executive may impact on this role and as structures change the job specification may need to be reviewed.   This job specification is a guide to the general range of duties assigned to the post holder. It is intended to be neither definitive nor restrictive and is subject to periodic review with the employee concerned.         Terms and Conditions of Employment Assistant Staff Officer – Grade V     Tenure   The appointment is whole - time (secondment arrangements will be considered)   Appointment as an employee of the Health Service Executive is governed by the Health Act 2004 and the Public Service Management (Recruitment and Appointment) Act 2004.     Remuneration     The Salary scale for the post as at the 01/10/2018 is: €42,037 - €50,491 inclusive of LSI     Working Week   The standard working week applying to the post is: 37 hours   Annual Leave   The annual leave will be confirmed on appointment.     Superannuation     As currently applies.

11 days ago

Pt Time Administrator & Accounts

Southside PersonnelDublin€15 - €18 an hourPart-timePermanent

We are recruiting a Part time Accounts & Administrator for a Construction company based in the Dublin 18 area. Candidates will be available to work 3 days a week including Monday and Thursday, somewhat neg. General Duties:

22 days ago
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